Henry David Thoreau Quote

Among the signs of autumn I perceive The Roman wormwood (called by learned men Ambrosia elatior, food for gods, — For to impartial science the humblest weed Is as immortal once as the proudest flower — ) Sprinkles its yellow dust over my shoes.


In: Robert Bly, The Winged Life. The Poetic Voice of Henry David Thoreau

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Among the signs of autumn I perceive The Roman wormwood (called by learned men Ambrosia elatior, food for gods, — For to impartial science the...

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Among the signs of autumn I perceive The Roman wormwood (called by learned men Ambrosia elatior, food for gods, — For to impartial science the...

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Among the signs of autumn I perceive The Roman wormwood (called by learned men Ambrosia elatior, food for gods, — For to impartial science the...

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Among the signs of autumn I perceive The Roman wormwood (called by learned men Ambrosia elatior, food for gods, — For to impartial science the...